What is nabi muhammad?

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  • asafaah answered 8 years ago
    the final prophet of Allah.there will be none after Him[pbuh].
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  • husam answered 8 years ago
    Nabi means Prophet.

    Nabi Muhammad means Prophet Muhammad. I'm going to add the (PBUH).
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  • Pokieā„¢ Obama / Biden 08 answered 8 years ago
    prophet Muhammad peace be upon him.
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  • zanyb13 answered 8 years ago
    Another Arabic term for "prophet", so the Prophet Mohammad.

    The two words "nabi" and "rasul" both mean prophet, but they have different connotations. "Nabi" is associated more with someone who simply came with a message from God, "rasul" is someone who was sent with a written word. The Prophet Mohammad is considered both.
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  • Noms answered 8 years ago
    Nabi means prophet in Arabic. Nabi Muhammad is refering to the last prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. Anbiyaa
    is the plural in Arabic for prophet, prophets.

    Keep in mind that Muslims refer to prophets with nabi as well.
    For example; nabi Isa (Jesus), nabi Musa (Moses), nabi Adam,
    Nabi Nuh (Noah) Peace Be Upon Them All. These are only a few examples.

    Hope this helps.

    Source(s):

    http://www.iad.org/Islam/prophets.html
    www.whyislam.org
    www.islamguide.com
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  • ................ answered 8 years ago
    iam not sure if u want to know his life and who is he ?! or to know just the meaning?
    anyway he is , our prophet (pbuh) muhammed , the last messanger from god to all mankind and his revelation is "islam"
    nabi = is arabic means prophet.
    pbuh=peace be upon him , and we say it when we talk about any prophet."(peace be upon them all)

    here is a website if u wanted to know about prophet muhammed (pbuh):

    www.islamguide.com
    www.beconvinced.com
    www.islamonline.net

    good luck!
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  • TheWillBe answered 8 years ago
    That's in Malay language
    . Nabi = Prophet
    Muhammad is a Muslim name.

    Nabi Muhammad ,Prophet Muhammad PBUH (Peace Be Upon Him).

    usually they'll go for Nabi Muhammad s.a.w. Or they might refer him as Rasullullah.

    Rasullullah means,,.Rasul Allah/God. Rasul shares the same meaning as prophet except that the forthcoming of Rasul has been written down

    There ya go :D cheers!
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  • seeker answered 8 years ago
    I think you have never heard of prophet Muhammed. Nabi means prophet in Arabic. And nabi Mohammed is the last messanger of God to his creations, he was sent to all mankinds, black & white, rich & poor, man & woman, past and future.

    read more on:
    http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/ind...

    The Simple Life of Muhammad (SAWS)
    If we compare the life of Muhammad (Sallalhu alaihi wa sallam - SAWS) before his mission as a prophet and his life after he began his mission as a prophet, we will conclude that it is beyond reason to think that Muhammad (SAWS) was a false prophet, who claimed prophethood to attain material gains, greatness, glory, or power.

    Before his mission as a prophet, Muhammad (SAWS) had no financial worries. As a successful and reputed merchant, Muhammad (SAWS) drew a satisfactory and comfortable income. After his mission as a prophet and because of it, he became worse off materially. To clarify this more, let us browse the following sayings on his life:

    - Aa'isha (RA) , Muhammad's (SAWS) wife, said, "O my nephew, we would sight three new moons in two months without lighting a fire (to cook a meal) in the Prophet's (SAWS) houses." Her nephew asked, "O Aunt, what sustained you?" She said, "The two black things, dates and water, but the Prophet (SAWS) had some Ansar neighbors who had milk-giving she-camels and they used to send the Prophet (SAWS) some of its milk." (Al-Bukhari andMuslim)

    - Sahl Ibn Sa'ad, one of Muhammad's (SAWS) companions, said, "The Prophet of God (SAWS) did not see bread made from fine flour from the time God sent him (as a prophet) until he died." (Al-Bukhari and Al-Tirmizi)

    - Aa'isha (RA), Muhammad's (SAWS) wife, said, "The mattress of the Prophet (SAWS), on which he slept, was made of leather stuffed with the fiber of the date-palm tree." ." (Al-Bukhari andMuslim)
    n Amr Ibn Al-Hareth, one of Muhammad's (SAWS) companions, said that when the Prophet (SAWS) died, he left neither money nor anything else except his white riding mule, his arms, and a piece of land which he left to charity.( Al-Bukhari and Mosnad Ahmad)

    Muhammad (SAWS) lived this hard life till he died although the Muslim treasury was at his disposal, the greater part of the Arabian Peninsula was Muslim before he died, and the Muslims were victorious after eighteen years of his mission.
    Is it possible that Muhammad (SAWS) might have claimed prophethood in order to attain status, greatness, and power? The desire to enjoy status and power is usually associated with good food, fancy clothing, monumental palaces, colorful guards, and indisputable authority. Do any of these indicators apply to Muhammad (SAWS)? A few glimpses of his life that may help answer this question follow.

    Despite his responsibilities as a prophet, a teacher, a statesman, and a judge, Muhammad (SAWS) used to milk his goat, mend his clothes, repair his shoes, help with the household work, and visit poor people when they got sick. He also helped his companions in digging a trench by moving sand with them. His life was an amazing model of simplicity and humbleness.

    Muhammad's (SAWS) followers loved him, respected him, and trusted him to an amazing extent. Yet he continued to emphasize that deification should be directed to God and not to him personally. Anas, one of Muhammad's (SAWS) companions, said that there was no person whom they loved more than the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS), yet when he came to them, they did not stand up for him because he hated their standing up for him, as other people do with their great people.

    Long before there was any prospect of success for Islam and at the outset of a long and painful era of torture, suffering, and persecution of Muhammad (SAWS) and his followers, he received an interesting offer. An envoy of the pagan leaders, Otba, came to him saying, "...If you want money, we will collect enough money for you so that you will be the richest one of us. If you want leadership, we will take you as our leader and never decide on any matter without your approval. If you want a kingdom, we will crown you king over us..."

    Only one concession was required from Muhammad (SAWS) in return for that, to give up calling people to Islam and worshipping God alone without any partner. Wouldn't this offer be tempting to one pursuing worldly benefit? Was Muhammad (SAWS) hesitant when the offer was made? Did he turn it down as a bargaining strategy leaving the door open for a better offer? The following was his answer: {In the Name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful} And he recited to Otba the verses of the Quran 41:1-38. The Following are some of these verses:
    "A revelation from (God), the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful; a Book whereof the verses are explained in detail; a Quran in Arabic, for people who know, giving good news and warning, yet most of them turn away, so they do not listen." (Quran, 41:2-4)

    On another occasion and in response to his uncle's plea to stop calling people to Islam, Muhammad's (SAWS) answer was as decisive and sincere: "I swear by the name of God, O Uncle!, that if they place the sun in my right-hand and the moon in my left-hand in return for giving up this matter (calling people to Islam), I will never desist until either God makes it triumph or I perish defending it."

    Muhammad (SAWS) and his few followers did not only suffer from persecution for thirteen years but the unbelievers even tried to kill Muhammad (SAWS) several times. On one occasion they attempted to kill him by dropping a large boulder, which could barely be lifted, on his head.

    Another time they tried to kill him by poisoning his food. What could justify such a life of suffering and sacrifice even after he was fully triumphant over his adversaries? What could explain the humbleness and nobility which he demonstrated in his most glorious moments when he insisted that success is due only to God's help and not to his own genius? Are these the characteristics of a power-hungry or a self-centered man?
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